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Norsk Folkemuseum shows how people lived in Norway from 1500 to the present through its collections from around the country. Among the highlights are the Stave Church from Gol, dating from 1200 and an apartment building with homes from the 20th...more
Very fun and beautiful open air museum with it’s old town and wooden houses and traditional shops. We got there by a ferry 10 mins to Bygdøy island. The entrance was 260NOk for a family of 4 and 200NOk reduced price for students. We visited...More
Interestibg place, with preformances and things to do. You can also walk in to most of the buildings. Remember to buy coupons for the old store and for the lefse. Theres also an original staf church (stavkirke).
Excellent museum if interested in the history of Norway, its buildings/houses/farms, and learning about the ways of life in previous generations. Part of a small "old town" rebuilt with an apartment building. Farm houses like ancestors lived in. Very interesting.
This is a cracking open air museum showing buildings from regions of Norway. We spent half a day here but could easily have spent more time viewing the exhibitions. The craftsmanship to make these buildings (and reconstruct them at the museum) is outstanding. It is...More
From 1600 to 2002. Homes as they were. Businesses as they were. Apartment building as it evolved from 1865 to 2002. Farms from 1650 to 1959. Great presentation of historic culture. Every region of Norway represented.
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There are benches however there is also a lot of walking required to see the exhibits. In addition, there are a couple of fairly steep hills to climb (to see the Stave Church). It is well worth the time but substantial... More
There are benches however there is also a lot of walking required to see the exhibits. In addition, there are a couple of fairly steep hills to climb (to see the Stave Church). It is well worth the time but substantial walking is required.